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MAN FLEW TO SG JUST TO STEAL MONEY, ALMOST GOT AWAY WITH $34,000

A 55 year old man flew from Hong Kong to Singapore so that he can steal from one of the offices here. He managed to break into an office in Clementi Loop which had a large 50kg safe before successfully cracking it open with drills and a saw. He initially got away with almost $34,000 in cash but was later arrested. He faces up to 4 years 3 months' jail.

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MAID STOLE $25K FROM EMPLOYERS, CAUGHT ONE DAY BEFORE LEAVING

The theft was only discovered on 26 October last year, just a day before the maid, Michelle Maloom Abucay, was due to return home after her mother died. As her employer's were retrieving her passport form the house safe, they discovered personal items and cash totaling about $25,000 missing. Further checks from the employers revealed that other items, such as a Louis Vuitton sling bag, five branded wallets, a black Chanel handbag and a brown Coach bag, worth a total of $15,000, were also missing from the master bedroom wardrobe.

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WANT TO LEARN HOW TO BDSM IN SINGAPORE?

SLAP! exists as a separate body from the current social munches, with the main purpose of filling the gap within the Singapore community in terms of education. With the support of both local and neighbouring BDSM communities, SLAP! aims to provide an avenue for the community to learn in a safe environment.

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Tan Kin Lian: Your CPF savings are SAFE

The winding up of the CPF is completely hypothetical and inconceivable. I have used this scenario to illustrate that the savings in the CPF is safe, and that the fear that there is no money to pay back the CPF balance is totally unfounded.

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JOHOR POLICE CHIEF: JB IS VERY SAFE AND S'POREANS ARE NOT BEING TARGETED FOR CRIME

Apparently, Singaporeans' concerns about JB being unsafe are misguided, according to the Johor Police Chief who said that the state is "safe beyond doubt". Datuk Mohd Mokhtar Mohd Shariff declared that the police are in full control of the situation despite widespread belief that Johor is dangerous. He pointed to recently released statistics on crime rates in Johor saying that the number of crimes has decreased by about 10% since 2012. The rate of crime has also steadily been decreasing since 2008 with a total 36% fewer reported cases.

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